We’re looking forward to the Independent Film Channel’s upcoming talk-show spoof Comedy Bang! Bang! We…
Just who in the holy hellscape is Alexander McQueen? Well, he was a British fashion designer who was chief designer at Givenchy before founding his own label. He won 4 British Designer of the Year awards as well as International Designer of the Year. Unfortunately, he passed in February 2010. But, his legacy still lives on as evidenced by the startling turnout of A-list celebrities at his Savage Beauty Costume Institute Gala held at the Met last night. We say, "startling" because we don't even see this kind of top notch celebrity attendance at the Super Bowl, Grammys, Oscars, and Emmys combined. Don't believe us? The proof's in the pictures, my man. Check 'em out after the jump!
Beastie Boys Revisit Fight For Your Right To Party With Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Danny McBride and More [VIDEO]
Yes, yes, y'all! The official trailer of "Fight For Your Right-Revisited" from the Beastie Boys' long anticipated eighth album, Hot Sauce Committee Party Two is here and it is a gem, folks. We're talking old school fish eye lens, checkerboard dance floors, champagne poppin' and cameos from Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Seth Rogen, John C. Reilley, Danny McBride, Will Arnett, Jason Schwartzman, Rainn Wilson, Elijah Wood, Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, and Ted Danson. I'm sure I'm actually missing half a dozen more actors. It's like the Ocean's Fifteen of hip hop album trailers. Ch-ch-ch-check it out after the jump, y'all!
There was once a time when animated sitcoms were all the rage in the wake of shows like The Simpsons and King of the Hill. It seemed like every network threw their hat into the ring at some point. However, many of these shows were either mega ratings bombs or were canned for not pulling in Simpsons-esque numbers. As a result, these series were canceled after their first season, several before their entire run had finished. These are a few of the unlucky ones that never found their place on network television, though most of them enjoy relatively decent success on cable and DVD. See our top 8 picks after the jump!
Twilight Gaga Poo Poo Total Eclipse of My Fart won the box office over the holiday weekend. Last Airbender surprised a bunch of peeps, mostly those giving it a 4% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes.com. This weekend's entries feature producers/editors, moon thieves, fake babies, nukes, terrorist farmers, pink eye victims, The Last Airhead, and the world's angriest man. Previews go now!
A lot of your favorites are new this week. Lost, V, Modern family, Castle, House, FlashForward, 24, Big Bang Theory, American Idol, NCIS, Glee, Survivor, CSI, Fringe, Bones, The Office, The Simpsons, Family Guy and countless others are new this week. But why not have a look at these other little gems you may not have noticed?